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Herelessness

‘I’m not here! I’m not here! Only the sky is here, In three blends of herelessness Next to the M1: Blue, grey and in-between. x There is no me,’ says Amazon As the lanes go roaring on. ‘Rivalling the sky … Continue reading

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The blog of Grey Suit Editions UK

Enjoy the blog of Grey Suit Editions UK New reviews of several of our publications, descriptions of our books, extracts and more. Grey Suit Editions began as a video magazine in the 1990s. This featured avant-garde performance art, poetry and … Continue reading

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South Dakota

Bikes asnort in Sturgis for these riders of the purple sage. Bikes like praying mantises. Vintage Harley Davidsons Cruising here through Rapid City, down from Portland, Maine, x To line-up tight on Main Street. Folks admire the horse-power Rearing each … Continue reading

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Tottenham Marshes: a slideshow

Here is the first draft of a new slideshow – Tottenham Marshes No titles – as it works well when it repeats. x THE RESERVOIR x Was there ever a book that was censored because It was a pack of … Continue reading

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Grey Suit Editions – List of Publications – parts 1, 2, 3 and 4

List of Publications 1 List of Publications 2 List of publications 3 (Miscellaneous) Our video catalogue from the nineties These four links provide a tour of Grey Suit. The project began as a video magazine for performance art, material film … Continue reading

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A Reading of Poets short-listed for the Sarah Maguire Prize

Click this link for the STANZA translation event, which is a reading open to view online on Monday eighth of March. I shall be reading at this event. My versions of Incomprehensible Lesson by Fawzi Karim (published by Carcanet) are … Continue reading

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A response to a tweet

I know I’m a fan of one word poem titles & it’s not for everyone, but there really are…a lot…of poems with titles like “Six Years After My Husband Left Me, My Daughter Comes Home From School & Asks Me … Continue reading

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On ‘Freeing Up’.

Click On Freeing Up for my essay in THE FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW on four amazing poets – Julian Stannard, Fleur Adcock, Kazuko Shiraishi and Robert Creeley.

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Earthquakes and Milkshakes

As there is to everything, There is a fitness to grandad Fleeing a delighted boy. Miniscule petlets of alyssum Compliment overweight orchids. Condos trump the ancient bay. x Drums of stone stacked One by one on top Of each other, … Continue reading

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J-L Forain’s take on Verlaine’s Poem

THE LOVER OF NATURE x Paris being not a spit Worth spittin, I am gonna split. But ‘ow my soul’s a poet’s innit, Sundays when me gaff I quit, The country’s bout as cool as shit. x The overland’s a … Continue reading

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